Mechanics (3) - Boston Duck Tours - Benjamin Franklin Institute Of Technology

Mechanics (3) - Boston Duck Tours

Ref No:17231123-2148-1942
Published Date:06 Oct 2017

Company Profile:

Boston Duck Tours is engaged in the business of delivering entertaining and educational tours through the downtown areas of Boston and border of Cambridge on both land and the Charles River.

Description of Duties:

Boston Duck Tours has 3 openings for Mechanics in our busy garage in Dorchester, MA. The starting pay for this year round position is $22.00/hour, year end bonus, rapid advancement for obtaining/or having a CDL license, and/or demonstrated welding ability will add to the rate of pay per hour. This position would be responsible for everything from basic maintenance to eventually tearing down and rebuilding all the vehicles systems and welding. We have a huge laundry list of benefits: • Employer paid 80% of health insurance, dental • 100% employer paid life insurance, Long Term Disability and AD&D • 3 weeks vacation after the first year, 401k contributions after the first year • Company paid uniforms and additional uniform allowance • Lots of free perks for being employed in the tourism industry, not just with Boston Duck Tours but with a number of museums with discounted food purchases, whale watches, discounts at the local malls (Copley, Newbury Street, Prudential and Cambridge Galleria), and more. If you or someone you know would be interested in joining the Boston Duck Tours family, have them feel free to reach out to me by forwarding their resume for immediate consideration and fast hire for the right candidate. Please forward resumes of interested candidates to

Required Qualifications:

At least 2 years of experience as a Mechanic or a combination of 1 year Automotive school AND shop experience is the minimum requirement. A very good driving record is a definite plus.

How to Apply Guideline:

  • Please send resume to:

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